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Conference Transactions

The association embraces a wide spectrum of antiquarian and art historical interests (with architectural history strongly represented) and its capacity to engage in debate across these disciplines is a major strength. Regular lectures held in London provide one channel of communication; others include an annual conference held over several days (whose proceedings are published for the benefit of members at large) and an annual journal.

The Association publishes the proceedings of its conferences in the Transactions series. These consist of papers delivered, and others specially commissioned with the aim of producing monographs of permanent value. Each monograph focuses on a different town, region or particular landmark, and is edited by a different guest editor.

Year Full Title
2023 Paris: The Powers that shaped the Medieval City
2022 Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in Cambridge: College, Church and City
2021 York: Art, Architecture and Archaeology
2019 ‘Peterborough and the Soke: Art, Architecture and Archaeology’
2016 Medieval Art, Architecture, and Archaeology in the Dioceses of Aberdeen and Moray
2015 Norwich: Medieval and Early Modern Art, Architecture and Archaeology
2015 Westminster: The Art, Architecture and Archaeology of the Royal Abbey and Palace
2014 Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in Cracow and Lesser Poland
2013 Newcastle and Northumberland: Roman and Medieval Architecture and Art
2013 Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Canterbury
2011 Coventry: Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in the City and its Vicinity
2011 Limerick and South-West Ireland: Maedieval Art and Architecture
2009 Prague and Bohemia: Medieval Art, Architecture and Cultural Exchange on Central Europe
2008 Mainz and the Middle Rhine Valley: Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology
2008 King’s Lynn and the Fens: Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology
2006 Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Rochester
2006 Cardiff: Architecture and Archaeology in the Medieval Diocese of Llandaff
2004 Carlisle and Cumbria: Roman and Medieval Architecture, Art and Archaeology
2003 Anjou. Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology
2002 Windsor. Medieval Archaeology, Art and Architecture of the Thames Valley
2001 Alban and St Albans Roman and Medieval Architecture, Art and Archaeology
1999 Chester: Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology
1999 Medieval Art and Architecture in Diocese of Glasgow
1998 Medieval Art and Architecture, Archaeology and Economy at Bury St Edmunds
1998 Southwell and Nottinghamshire: Medieval Art, Architecture, and Industry
1997 Almost the Richest City: Bristol in the Middle Ages
1996 Utrecht: Britain and the Continent
1995 Yorkshire Monasticism, Archaeology, Art and Architecture
1995 Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Hereford
1994 Medieval Art and Architecture in Diocese of St Andrews
1993 Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Rouen
1993 Medieval Archaeology and Architecture at Lichfield
1991 Medieval Art and Architecture at Exeter Cathedral
1990 Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in London
1989 Medieval Art and Architecture in the East Riding of Yorkshire
1986 Medieval Art and Architecture at Lincoln Cathedral
1985 Vol VII. Medieval Art and Architecture at Gloucester and Tewkesbury
1983 Vol VI. Medieval Art and Architecture at Winchester Cathedral
1982 Vol V. Medieval Art and Architecture at Canterbury before 1220
1981 Vol IV. Medieval Art and Architecture at Wells and Glastonbury
1980 Vol III. Medieval Art and Architecture at Durham Cathedral
1979 Vol II. Medieval Art and Architecture at Ely Cathedral
1978 Vol I. Medieval Art and Architecture at Worcester Cathedral